2-9 July 2014
Valencia, Spain
Europe/Madrid timezone

The Zee Babu model revisited in the light of new data

4 Jul 2014, 12:10
Sala 2 ()

Sala 2

Oral presentation Lepton Flavour Violation Lepton Flavour Violation


Juan Herrero (Universidad de Valencia-IFIC, CSIC)


We update previous analyses of the Zee-Babu model in the light of new neutrino and LFV data, and the LHC results. We also analyse the possibility of accommodating the deviations in Higgs the diphoton channel hinted by the LHC experiments, and the stability of the scalar potential. We find that neutrino oscillation data and low energy constraints are still compatible with masses of the extra charged scalars accessible to LHC. Moreover, if any of them is discovered, the model can be falsied by combining the information on the singly and doubly charged scalar decay modes with neutrino data. Conversely, if the neutrino spectrum is found to be inverted and the CP phase is quite different from , the masses of the charged scalars will be well outside the LHC reach.

Primary author

Juan Herrero (Universidad de Valencia-IFIC, CSIC)

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